Survey for Therapists: Understanding the Role of Animals in Children’s Lives

As part of The Sam and Myra Ross Institute, Green Chimneys is conducting research to better understand how therapists conceptualize children’s interactions with animals. Most children have interactions with animals in their day-to-day lives, whether it be their own pets, family member’s pets or in nature. Despite the frequency of children’s interactions with animals, there is very little research about how therapists understand the role of animals in children’s lives. The results of this study will help to fill that gap.

Any therapist who works with children or adolescents is welcome to participate in the study, regardless of whether or not the therapists practices animal-assisted therapies. The survey will be open until January 1st 2017.

The survey is now closed.

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